3. And they sing a new song before the throne of God and before the four living creatures and before the four living creatures and before the elders of the heavenly Sanhedrin. No one could learn to sing that song except the hundred and forty-four thousand who had been ransomed (purchased, redeemed) from the earth.


New -c) freshness; youthfulness; regenerate.

Regenerate -d) spiritually reborn; renewed; restored; reformed; be made anew.

These are the overcoming elect, bride of Christ that are in Rev. 15:2 who have come off victorious from the beast and are also before the throne but are standing on a sea of glass with harps given to them by God. I believe the sea of glass represents peace in their hearts and lives. There are no ripples in their life. All is calm and at peace and rest.

They sing a brand-new song with freshness and excitement. The words are with life springing up out of them that they cannot hold in. So many are bound up and cannot sing with joy and excitement. We must learn to sing this song. There are times when we are sad and cannot sing. But these are the very times that we must sing. We must be thankful for all that the Lord has done for us focusing on the good plan He has for us.

This has to be learned because it is not in our nature to sing in the hard times. But there is where the victory lies. He will give us that special love song that we know is for us alone, making us feel like the only creature on earth that He loves. As we pour our love up to Him, He will pour so much more down upon us. There is nothing that can compare to the gentle, special love that He pours into our heart.

This new song has power that causes us to have new life within as He is restoring and renewing us with His songs of deliverance giving us a new and youthful spirit that will sing and praise with youthful excitement that is not of ourselves.

My Church has always been a church that you can praise the Lord with shouts and with tambourines and with dancing. The Pastor would never tell you no. He is so special that way. Cheryl and I have been where they told us we could not even play our tambourines, let alone dance. We love to shout, sing and dance before the Lord. And it is wonderfully satisfying.



5 thoughts

  1. Wow! β€œThis has to be learned because it is not in our nature to sing in the hard times. But there is where the victory lies.” I love this line as it reminds us of the power in our worship. Like Jehoshaphat who put singers and worshippers at the front of the battle. As they sang, God won the battle. πŸ™πŸΎβ€οΈ

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